The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 49, July 1945 - April, 1946 Page: 360
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360 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
6. Those selling stove wood shall charge half a real per load.
7. He who sells pork lard and beef tallow shall do so at two and one-half
reales per pound for the former and one real for the latter.
No one coming in to sell any goods shall dispose of same at wholesale,
without first having offered his merchandise at retail for three days in
the public square.
Anyone, without exception, who fails to comply with any of the above
provisions, shall be punished by fine of 25 pesos for the first offense,
double for the second and three-fold for the third, and the proceeds shall
be used for the construction of government buildings in this town, and in
order that no one may claim ignorance, this decree is published by posting
in the principal corner of the square.
Villa of Laredo, March 29, 1812.
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